The Cursed King’s Bride: Milestone update

It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged, which means it’s high time for a self-appreciation clap-myself-on-the-back post.

Right after I completed Bride Behind the Mask, I felt so amazingly confident and optimistic about my writing ability that I thought I could finish drafting the standalone sequel within the next year, even with a baby coming along.

Alas, I’d terribly underestimated just how troublesome and fatigue-inducing a baby was. …

Month of firsts

I can’t believe I actually hit my Camp NaNoWriMo goal in July. Granted I had to cheat and adjust my initial 20,000-word editing goal down to 15,000, but that was fully justified, methinks, given that my little one arrived 8 days earlier than his due date. So yay! My first Camp NaNo participation and win, and with that,

As of yesterday, I have also survived my first month as a

First Novel: Bride Behind the Mask

This month marks one of my greatest personal accomplishments in 2020 with the completion of my first ever novel: Bride Behind the Mask.

It is something I started years ago and never actually thought I could ever finish until I put my foot down earlier this year and told myself I must do it.

What is astounding is the 550K+ reads on it as of today! And still, nothing beats …

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